Free Resources for Teachers, Students, and Parents

These cards are a great way to organize your students' personal information. 

This letter introduces students to your class.  Use the blank lines to give details about some new concepts that students will be learning, as well as space for you to identify items they may bring to class.

This handy communication log provides an easy way to record your contact with a student's parent(s).

Allows you to document the date and time, reason for contact, and method contacted (checkboxes for email, phone, in person, and blank).

Download the entire set of Classroom Times newsletters or choose from Back to School, Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer templates.

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